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DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT at Simmons
1961 - 1965
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PROFESSOR OF FRENCH at Simmons
In this era college presidents play a
very specialized role which frequently
keeps them from contact with the students
and the campus.
Our President Park is an unusual col-
lege president. His office is always open
and we are welcome visitors. This is one
of the great advantages of a small college
and President Park's constant interest and
accessibility are great factors in making
us feel as if we belong to the College and
that the College belongs to us.
WILLIAM E. PARK
Dean Clifton greeted us at Freshman
Orientation. She watched closely as we
struggled through that first exhausting
year. We still quiver reflexly when we re-
ceive a note from her office on the post-
board. An eminently fair woman, she
stands like justice above us all, but wears
that was the week that was
That was the week that was and the weeks
went on with only a few shattering ex-
ceptions to the routine. The routine. How
many weeks in four years? How many
days and hours. The week divided itself
into two parts — five and two. One part
was endless, the other nonexistent. Sched-
ules changed and seasons changed but
there remained a design to the week.
Monday followed Sunday — sometimes we
hoped it wouldn't!
. . . and then there was light! That light
was MONDAY. Why did the week have
to begin? Because we had to get to Tues-
day, had to shake the blues. Through
those doors, can I make it to the caf
before second hour? all those people, ap-
petites . . . hungry for food ... we
hope, knowledge, if not knowledge,
grades ... try the stacks.
The week has restful interludes that cause the tension
of guilt. We read magazines in French and ... "I
never took French." We listen to music, people with
big earphones on humming off key.
Evacuation. Home to the hearth and
board and mailbox enhanced with the
exquisite lace of cobwebs. "Oh, can I
stand the joy of pork noodle casserole
again!? "You know that crack in our
wall? The one where the wind whips in?
. . . tapioca for dessert — we'll plug up
the hole later." We never starve. When
we cook for ourselves, we'll really suffer.
That hour before dinner — hour, half
hour, maybe just fifteen minutes. Tenth
hour lasts too long. Let's wait 'til 5:30,
the line's not as long. Can I have the
comics? Sure. Then, "call on three . . .
you can have the comics meet you in
line. Line? How about dinner out?"
Those Wednesday nights do not always
pass unnoticed. The smoker set partici-
pates — It's "beat Simmons Hall" . . .
Terry, Paul, Phil, and Ringo. For once,
is Alumnae Hall big enough?
And there are things that take us out of
the week . . . learning, hoping, planning
and doing . . . the pastimes that help
and distract, the ties that bind. More to
remember, more to miss when we're
members of the "do-you-remember-when"
rocking chair set.
Tradition that wraps a happy glow
around the warmest time of year with joy
of good song, good food and good
friends. The halls were decked with holly,
breathing dragons, and laughter.
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Friday, when anticipation reaches its peak then starts its downward
fall. Five days of looking forward, to two days of nervous exhaustion
— Maybe I should have stayed home — time to hit another mixer.
But, from the mixer group, "she met someone, but you didn't miss
anything." It all started with my Salada fortune . . . and lukewarm
tea made more lukewarm by chilled cream ... a tenth hour and no
cookies left when I returned. Then, "would you like the lovely empty
floral cookie tin?" It was Friday, all right!
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That was the week and those were the
weekends. Like the mail and liking the
male we went, rain or shine. It all added
to the togetherness of being away. The
get-ready and go of Friday and Saturday
and dawn breaks at noon on Sunday. We
have come to know places, streets, signs,
and everyone's 21st birthday.
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It may be Sunday. In a town that leaves
space to live we take pleasure in being
alone. Practiced in the art of people-
watching, we wander through the Com-
mons, high stepping over bustling, brows-
ing birds. Through the parks, along the
River, and behind the lights, we realize
how little we mean to a city and how
much a city can mean to us.
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The warmth of spring brings out the best
in us, and of us. The old faithfuls still
young in heart, the respected, the be-
loved. If you don't want a hot dog try the
Commuters for ice cream ... or, going
once, going twice, SOLD to the young
lady in the straw hat. Child-like, a re-
peated scene, a repeated pleasure.
He stumbles through the door and
pulls at his tie. She trips down the
stairs and giggles. First date "I
could have danced all night," but
she was tired at 9. Best date of
the year, "Did he say he'd call?"
The birth of a great and wise
JANE CURT IN
DIRECTOR OF ADMISSION
DEAN OF INSTRUCTION
DIRECTOR OF PLACEMENT
DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC INFORMATION
ASSISTANT TO THE DEAN
LAWRENCE L ANGER
Yes, I have a job at school . . .
I have a cigarette concession. Mr. Halko buys 2 for
50. The group handed out the contemp. exams and
went to the caf for a few laughs. HA, HA. The fresh-
men cry and chew pencils. The cafeteria is crowded
with laughing faculty members.
CHARLES L' HOMME
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The intelligent trying to teach the unintelligent while
the unintelligent try to write fast enough to record all
the pearls of wisdom. No time to understand, or con-
centrate, just a machine, write, keep writing.
In the game they throw the ball to us. Most often it
lands on the ground between us. We'd better get a
bigger glove. This is big time. They are the pros, we
Where is the evidence of what they have taught?
Where is the fruit? Do we have time to become intelli-
gent, or are we too busy? . . . Do you read me? No.
Are you with me? Not really. Then . . . yes. You
want to shout "I see, I see." And you want to yell,
"Put that on an exam so I can show that I see!" But
mostly they don't, or maybe they decide it's worth 5
"May we keep your paper on reserve?" What's the
use. Ambition surrenders to inferiority and inade-
quacy. There's the "hello" in the corridor, as the ama-
teur to the pro, but nevertheless, "hello." The gulf
diminishes. "I'd like to discuss it with you." A step
further into the unconquerable regions. Still, "hello" in
the halls and still "fine thanks," but also "were you
able to get to see 'The Aresteia'?" Or "How are your
children?" and "I hope you and Mrs. Langer will be
able to come to Olde English."
ELIZABETH BURN HAM
SECRETARY TO DIRECTOR,
SCHOOL OF HOME ECONOMICS
SYLVIA FEIN BURG
For the most part we are in the same ball park with
them. They support and sympathize, carrying the
causes that we are too weak to advance. They join
with us on the "Big issues"; they shoot the intelligent
breeze, pound desks, and crumble chalk.
The "bachelor" too will eventually fall as all mighty
pillars must crumble — Bless the frail freshman who
said, "a fief is a bundle of rice" and the learned one
who says "a loose liver is not akin to a floating kid-
We will swear, smoke and fume, insert big poi-
sonous pins in life-like dolls. What do we want? . . .
A cup of coffee ... I have no Friday classes . . .
Time for a cig? . . . Thank God for a triple-spaced
Be that as it may, someday we shall recall these
friendships and will we have learned?
JOSEPH LEV ERICH
DIRECTOR OF THE SCHOOL OF SCIENCE
DIRECTOR OF THE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
DEAN OF THE GRADUATE DIVISION
DIRECTOR OF THE SCHOOL OF PUBLICATION
CHAIRMAN OF THE DIVISION OF PHILOSOPHY AND
DIRECTOR OF THE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
DIRECTOR OF THE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE
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DIRECTOR OF THE SCHOOL OF NURSING
DIRECTOR OF THE SCHOOL OF HOME ECONOMICS
Field Work is a trial run. With one foot in the college
and the other in the cold, cruel world the senior tastes
briefly what graduation may bring. The summer job was
different; field work is closer to the real thing. The
Home Ec. girl may find herself on television, the Busi-
ness senior an assistant to a buyer in a department store,
and a Pub major an assistant to an editor. But it's a trial
run; she still has until June to hide in the college world.
MARY ANN STAVENER
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The Pru' made its mark, its goal, its im-
pression . . . the simpler things theirs.
And we found that Boston was our cam-
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Recollections of a building — the old and
outdated, the substantial, John Simmons,
the Corporation together with the new,
the modern, the liberal arts, expansion
and maintained in a proper fashion by an
Life's incongruities . . . four dollars in
the Basement . . . forty in Bonwit's.
Cash or charge? Charge I'm a college
student . . . ready for independence . . .
full of patriotism . . . Ever impressed by
those brass door knobs . . . Louisberg
Square . . . Tiffany's . . . The Palace?
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seniors . . .
JANICE S. ABELE
AUDREY J. AGIN
JUDITH D. ADELMAN
BARBARA G. ALLEN
DIANE R. ALBERT
MARCIA E. ANDERSON
BEVERLY A. ASSELTA
JUDITH A. BEHNKE
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CHERYL M. BEATON
DIANA M. BERG
JEAN M. BIALKA
ELLEN M. BINDER
MARCIA A. BIRNBAUM
HELEN M. BLAKESLEE
ELLEN B. BLANK
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MARY E. BRADLEY
MARY ELLEN BODE
NANCY E. BROWN
SUSAN L. BROWN
EVELYN H. BURES
GAIL F. BURKE
FRANCES C. CADY
CAROL N. CAGNON
JULIA E. CARAM
LYNN S. CARP
ELLEN M. CAWTHRA
CAROL J. COLLINS
TEMMA G. COHEN
JULIA (TINKER) CORNELLIER
REBECCA L. COPPER
GAIL A. COUTTS
RITA (CHENTKO) CUKER
ELLEN M. CULLINANE
JOAN E. CURRAN
GENEVA R. DAVIS
BARBARA A. CUTLER
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BARBARA A. DINERMAN
SYLVIA L. DIAMOND
SIMONE E. DETWEILER
KATRIN E. DINOLT
SHARON E. DO AN
BLANCHE (BURPEE) DOHAN
MARY E. DOTSON
MARY B. DOORE
PAMELA G. DROGIN
NANCY A. DUBE
JUDITH E. DUFAULT
CAROLYN (BERGLUND) DUSTON
JANE R. ELKINS
AGNES P. ELLIS
ELIZABETH A. EVANS
FRIMMETTE T. FIELD
CAROL S. FISHMAN
ANNE L. FLETCHER
MARLENE T. FORDE
HENNY D. FRANK
PATRICIA L. GALLERY
MARGARET H. FRIEDMAN
NANETTE L. GARDNER
SHARON M. GAUDION
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BARBARA E. GINSBERG
ALICIA E. GLUCK
IRENE D. GODING
ARLEEN E. GOODMAN
CYNTHIA E. GORDON
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MARSHA S. GOLDMAN
ELIZABETH A. GORDON
VIOLET A. GOSHDIGIAN
MARTHA C. HAGER
ELEANOR R. HALPERIN
SUSAN M. HAMILTON
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BARBARA A. HARE
JUDITH A. HARRELL
DIANE M. HAWKES
CAREN L. HOBSON
LYDIA (GOLDMAN) ILFELD
SUSAN H. HUTCHISON
MARGARET E. JABLONSKI
CAROLYN H. JARVIS
RUTH D. JOHNSON
MIRIAM R. JOHN
GWYNNETH A. JONES
KAREN A. KAPALA
ELLEN M. KAPLAN
ELLEN R. KAUFMAN
SANDRA R. KAUPER
ANN M. KAYAJAN
ADRIENNE B. KELLY
CAROL L. KENNEY
MARGARETHA J. KIEN
PATRICIA L. KIMBLE
ELIZABETH B. KINGMAN
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PAMELA M. KUHN
JOYCE (LEVENSON) LASSER
TRUCIA D. KUSHNER
RUTH H. LAUFER
JANE E. LAWLER
SUE E. LAZAROW
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LINDA A. LEVINE
MARJORIE S. LEVINE
LYNDA L. LEWIS
MARGARET D. LEWIS
BARBARA C. LIEBERMANN
GAIL S. LISKER
BARBARA E. LOUTIT
ELLEN J. LOCHHEAD
JANET K. MacDONALD
JEAN F. MADDEN
JOAN C. MAJKUT
PATRICIA R. MANSELL
MARGARET H. MARR
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HENRIETTA S. McBEE
PATRICIA A. MICHAEL
JANE L. McCORMACK
ELIZABETH W. MILNER
MAXINE B. MOSHER
MARCIA J. MONBLEAU
JACQUELIN S. MOLLENHOFF
MARGARET S. MUEHLHAUSER
SUSAN D. MURPHY
SUSAN J. NEEDLES
GAIL S. NICKERSON
NANCY H. NICHOLS
JUDITH A. NOORD
RUTH M. O'BRIEN
KATHERINE (ROGAN) PALTSIOS
SANDRA C. PEARSON
ELLEN K. PORTNOY
MARIA A. RABBIO
RITA L. RABSTEIN
MARYANN E. REGAN
VICTORIA A. ROBB
MARY L. REGNIER
NANCY J. RICHARDSON
HELEN R. REICHL
LOIS C. ROBERTS
RITA R. ROSENSTOCK
REA M. ROCKNE
ELLEN S. ROSS
JANET L. ROSS
TRISHA A. ROTHENBERG
SARA (WEINSTEIN) ROTHMAN
ELLIAN B. RUDINSKY
DEBORAH A. RUSSELL
SUSANNE S. SANTORO
MARGARET J. SACKS
ELIZABETH A. SCANLON
AUGUSTA R. SCLAFANI
CORDELIA E. SELDEN
BERNICE B. SELSKY
SHERRY L. SHAMANSKY
BETTY J. SHAPIRO
SHEILA A. SHAPIRO
ROSALYN L. SHEFTEL
JANET M. SHARISTANIAN
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DIANA L. SHEINKOPF
MARJORIE R. SHERRY
NANCY B. SHINDLER
DONNA B. SILVER
MARILYN R. SINGER
MARY E. SIMPSON
TOBY M. SLEP
CONSTANCE M. SMITH
LINDA J. SMITH
NORA L. SMITH
VICTORIA S. SMITH
JANE K. STALEY
ROSALIND B. STEIMLE
MARYANN C. STAVENER
JOAN C. SWITZER
CHERYL J. TEAFORD
WINNIE R. TEITELBAUM
KAREN L. TEMKO
LESLIE M. THOMAS
CAROL J. TRUST
KAREN J. TILDEN
MARGOT A. VANDERSCHMIDT
JARUNA A. VENCKAUSKAS
LINDA C. WALLIN
JUDITH A. WARNER
PATRICIA A. WEISS
BONNIE B. WHITE
DIANE J. WHITE
KAREN (CORTELL) WHITELAW
SHEILA R. WHITMAN
JUDITH T. WIENER
MARTHA E. WILLIAMSON
JEAN M. WILSON
SUELLEN (WISEMAN) WILSON
NANCY E. WOLEJKO
DIANE C. WOLIN
HELEN F. WYNN
BARBARA L. ZWIRN
EUGENIA K. ZIOTAS
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ABELE, JANICE, 61 Tobey Ave., Windsor, Conn.
ADELMAN, JUDITH, 12 Sunhill Lane, Newton, News reporter,
AGIN, AUDREY, 14479 Washington Blvd., Cleveland, Ohio, Physical
Therapy Club, Speakers Bureau, Junior Welcome
ALBERT, DIANE, 145 Caleb St., Portland, Maine, Anne Strong Club,
News technical staff
ALLEN, BARBARA, 627 Main St., Hingham, Mass., Anne Strong
Club, Campus Guide
ANDERSON, MARCIA, 25 Deerfield St., Pittsfield, Mass., Glee Club,
ARMSTRONG, BETTY-LOU, R. 1, Montpelier, Vermont, Jr. Class
Exec. Board, House Counselor, NSA Rep
ASSELTA, BEVERLY, 485 Concord Ave., Lexington, Mass., Campus
Guide, Prince Club, Business Club, House Counselor, Jr. Welcome
BARRON, JOYCE, 70 Andrew Lane, New Rochelle, N.Y., French
BARTON, PATRICIA, 119 Glecker Rd., Portland, Maine, Glee Club,
Campus Guide, Soph Luncheon, Spring Spree, Jr. Welcome, Speakers
Bureau, Dorm Secretary-Treasurer, Student Assistant
BEATON, CHERYL, 82 Grand St., Reading, Mass., Jr. Welcome,
Social Relations, Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship Exec. Comm.
BEHNKE, JUDITH, 75 Hillcroft Rd., Waltham, Mass., Glee Club,
Stu-G Office Staff, Microcosm sales
BERG, DIANA, 44 Farquhar Rd., Newton, Mass.
BIALKA, JEAN, Marshall St., Holliston, Mass., Dorm President, Jr.
Dorm Rep., Newman Club, Campus Guide
BINDER, ELLEN, 104 Pearl, Lawrence, Mass., Swim Club, Soph.
Luncheon, Jr. Welcome, Campus Guide
BIRD, FABIA, 1 1 1 Pine, Needham, Mass., R.A. Rep, Dorm Secretary-
Treasurer, Basketball Team, Microcosm Art Editor, French Club
BIRNBAUM, MARCIA, 732 Taylor Ave., Scranton, Penn., Hillel, Soph
BLAKESLEE, HELEN, Main St., Durham, Conn.
BLANK, ELLEN, 1818 Newkirk Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y.
BLOCK, ANN, 200 N. Village Ave., Rockville Center, N.Y., Social
BLUMER, JEANNE, 194 Congress Ave., Chelsea, Mass., Stu-G
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Jr. Welcome, French Club
BODE, MARY, 13 Shady Hill Lane, Reading, Mass., House Counselor,
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BORNSTEIN, CYNTHIA (FREEMAN), 67 Nottinghill Rd., Brighton,
Mass., Orientation Week, Prince Club
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Nurses Assoc, delegate, State Convention of Student Nurses delegate,
National Student Nurses Convention delegate
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BROWN, NANCY, 42 Bridge, Colebrook, N.H., Glee Club Librarian,
BROWN, SUSAN, 7755 Wagner Way, Elkins Park, Penn., Microcosm
BURES, EVELYN, 8 Bridgeport Ave., Shelton, Conn., Scope, Newman
Club, Olde English Dinner, Spring Spree
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CADY, FRANCES, Elizabeth St., Kent, Conn., Campus Guide, Anne
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CAGNON, CAROL, 139 Manhasset Rd., New Hyde Park, N.Y.,
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House Counselor, Honor Board Secretary
CAWTHRA, ELLEN, 161 Green Village Rd., Madison, N.J., Anne
Strong Club, Campus Guide, House Counselor
CHENEY, LOUISE, Enterprise St., Duxbury, Mass.
CICCOLO, CAROL, 345 Edgell Rd., Framingham, Mass., Dorm
Secretary, French Club, Campus Guide, May Breakfast
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COHEN, TEMMA, 164 Franklin Ave., Chelsea, Mass.
COLLINS, CAROL, 77 Austin, Portland, Maine, Newman Club,
Campus Guide, Home Economics Club Treasurer
COPPER, REBECCA, 9 Sunset Ave., Matawan, N.J., Campus Guide,
Dorm President. Jr. Welcome, Olde English Dinner, Scope
CORNELLIER, JULIA (TINKER), 51 Park Dr., Boston, Mass., Prince
Club President, Secretary, Horseback riding Team, Campus Guide
COUTTS, GAIL ANNE, 1122 Whalley Ave., New Haven, Conn., Jr.
Welcome, Spring Spree Co-Chairman, Business Club, Freshmen
CUKER, RITA (CHENTKO), 44 Cummings Rd., Brookline, Mass.
CULLINANE, ELLEN, 21 Chapman, Walpole, Mass., Commuter
Organization, Spring Spree, Olde English Dinner
CURRAN, JOAN, 29 Miantonomo Dr., Warwick, R.I., Newman Club,
Dramatic Club, Skit Night
CUTLER, BARBARA, 45 Delano Ave., Revere, Mass., Jr. Welcome,
Hillel Treasurer, Campus Guide, NSA coordinator, NSA Jr. Delegate
DAVIS, GENEVA, 8 Strathmore Lane, Lynn, Mass., Spring Spree,
Campus Guide, Dorm Fire Captain, Dorm V.P., Dorm President, Jr.
DEASY, MARY, 38 Spruce Rd., Norwood, Mass., Freshman Banquet
Co-Chairman, Campus Guide, Dorm President, House Counselor,
DeHOLLANDER, JANET, 1036 Atlantic Ave., Rochester, NY.,
Campus Guide, Physical Therapy Club, V.P., Soph Luncheon, Soph
Workshop, House Counselor, Stu-G Rep
DETWEILER, SIMONE, 54 Winding Rd., Rochester, N.Y., Soph Rep
Exec. Board, Campus Guide, House Counselor
DIAMOND, SYLVIA, 68 Park Ave., Claremont, N.H., Orchestra,
DIMITRIADIS, LYNN (FENNER), 197 Kent, Brookline, Mass.
DINERMAN, BARBARA, 18 Wiltshire Rd., Brighton, Mass., French
Club, Simmons Chamber Ensemble, Hillel, Young Democrats, Dorm
Coordinator Jr. Welcome
DINOLT, KATRIN, 119 Prospect, Putnam, Conn., Freshman Dorm
Rep, Campus Guide, Stu-G Dorm Rep
DOAN, SHARON, 3 Stryker Ave., Auburn, N.Y., Swim Club,
Freshman Office Staff, Stu-G Rep, Campus Guide, Fund Drive,
DOHAN, BLANCHE, 11 Gray, Cambridge, Mass., Campus Guide
DOORE, MARY, Harrisville, N.H., Class Treasurer, Dorm President,
DOTSON, MARY, R. 1, Ninnekah, Okla., Scope, Co-Chairman Olde
English Dinner, Stu-G, Jr. Welcome
DROGIN, PAMELA, 77 William, Portland, Maine, Soph Workshop,
Dorm Board, Father-Daughter Weekend
DUBE, NANCY, 101 West End Ave., Summit, N.J., Campus Guide,
Soph Workshop, Prince Club, Dorm President
DUFAULT, JUDITH, 147 Hartwell, Southbridge, Mass., Father-
Daughter Weekend Chairman, Newman Club
DUSHMAN, BARBARA-JANE, 50 Prince, Milton, Mass., News, Hillel
May Breakfast, Academic Aid
DUSTON, BETH (BERGLUND), 1206 Westgate, Cambridge, Mass.,
R.A. Rep, NSA Class Rep, Tennis Team, Basketball Team
EGLITIS, MARA, 17 Champa, Newton, Mass., Jr. Class Secretary, Jr.
Welcome, Soph Workshop, Campus Guide
ELKINS, JANE, 159-14 102nd, Howard Beach, NY., House Counselor,
Glee Club, Campus Guide
ELLIS, AGNES, 64 Wright St., Arlington, Mass., Commuter
Organization, Olde English Dinner, Campus Guide, Microcosm Assistant
EVANS, ELIZABETH, Wandsworth St., Narragansett, R.I., Prince
Club, Glee Club
FELLOURIS, MERCER, 1290 Rockdale, New Bedford, Mass., Campus
Guide, Prince Club, Jr. Class Rep, Campus Guide Chiarman, Social
Activities Chairman Prince Club
FIELD, FRIMMETTE, 8 Rathbun Willard Dr., Attleboro, Mass.,
Scope, Microcosm, Campus Guide
FISHMAN, CAROL, 2137 Seneca PI., Merrick, N.Y., Drama Society
Student Advisor, Set Designer
FLETCHER, ANNE, 79 Bedford, Lexington, Mass., Social Activities
Commuter Rep, Freshman Class Exec. Board, Stu-G Commuter Rep,
Jr. Welcome, Senior Class President
FLORIN, MARILYN, 340 W. End Rd., S. Orange, N.J., Campus
Guide, Summer Reading Program Chairman
FORDE, MARLENE, 105 Oak, Manchester, Conn., Campus Guide,
Stu-G Rep, Dorm President, Student Assistant, Social Activities
FRANK, HENNY, 240 W. 98th, N.Y., Winter Weekend Chairman, Jr.
Class Rep, Social Activities, Soph Luncheon, Soph Workshop, Jr. Class
Exec. Board, Spring Spree, Hillel, May Breakfast, Comm. of Christians
FRIEDMAN, MARGARET, 325 Middlesex Rd., Buffalo, N.Y., Glee
Club, Dorm President
GALLAGHER, ELLEN, 123 Fort Hill Ave., Lowell, Mass., Newman
Club, Campus Guide, Dorm V.P., House Counselor, Dorm President
GALLERY, PATRICIA, 74 Hillside, Southbridge, Mass., Anne Strong
Club, Jr. Welcome, Newman Club, Social Activities
GARDNER, NANETTE, 30 Alpine Dr., Rochester, N.Y., Physical
Therapy Club President, House Counselor, Jr. Welcome, Campus
Guide, Soph Workshop, Modern Dance Club
GAUDION, SHARON, 30 Golfside Pkway., Rochester, N.Y., Campus
Guide, Class Exec. Board, Business Club, Cotillion Chairman, House
GELLIS, BETH, 77 Alderwood Rd., Newton Center, Mass., Jr. Prom,
Campus Guide, Freshman Office Staff, Fund Drive, Microcosm Editor-in-
GIBSON, ANNE, Rockville Cottage, Pembroke, Bermuda, Prince Club,
Business Club, Transfer Welcome, Academy
GINSBERG, BARBARA, 110 Congress Ave., Chelsea, Mass., Freshman
Exec. Board, Stu-G Commuter Rep, Jr. Prom Chairman, Associates'
Prize, Father-Daughter Weekend, May Breakfast, Academy
GLUCK, ALICIA, 76 Silver, Springfield, Mass., Fire Captain, Floor
Assistant, Stu-G Rep, Honor Board Rep
GODING, IRENE, 7010 Braeburn PI., Bethesda, Md., Dorm Secretary,
GOLDMAN, MARSHA, 5 Blaisdell Rd., Medford, Mass., President
Freshman Class, Soph President, Student Assistant
GOODMAN, ARLEEN, 2 Deer Cove Rd., Swampscott, Mass., R.A.
Rep, May Breakfast, Hillel President, Soph Workshop Chairman,
Religious Emphasis Weekend
GORDON, CYNTHIA, 85 Woodside Ter., New Haven, Conn.,
Microcosm Circulation Editor
GORDON, ELIZABETH, 138 Sewall Ave., Brookline, Mass., Freshman
Exec. Board, Dorm Treasurer, Washington Semester Program, Student
Assistant, May Breakfast
GOSHDIGIAN, VIOLET, 1077 Massachusetts Ave., Arlington, Mass.,
Anne Strong Club
GRANT, MARGARET, 106 Melrose Ave., Albany, N.Y., Commuter
Organization V.P., Chairman, Swim Club V.P., Newman Club
GRIFMAN, ANN, 26 Walter, Newton, Mass.
GROMET, ROSALIND, 269 Somerset Dr., Hewlett, N.Y., Forum,
Campus Guide, Freshman Exec. Board, Soph Workshop, Fund Drive,
Scope Secretary, House Counselor, Academy
HAGER, MARTHA, 15 Scott Cir., Marysville, Ohio News Advertising
Manager, House Counselor, Stu-G Social Activities Chairman, Drama
Society, President, Secretary
HALPERIN, ELEANOR, 408 Catherine, Somerville, N.J., NSA Rep
Freshman Exec. Board, Class Secretary, Soph Luncheon Chairman,
Soph-Sr. Christmas Party Chairman, Cotillion Weekend, Jr. Prom,
House Counselor, Hillel
HAMILTON, SUSAN, 45 Jason, Arlington, Mass., Young Republicans
Club, Jr. Welcome, Campus Guide
HARE, BARBARA, Cherry Hill Rd., Stockbridge, Mass., R.A. Dorm
Rep, Honor Board Rep, Soph Exec. Board, Sr. Exec. Board, Student
Assistant, Christian Assoc, Glee Club, French Club, Campus Guide,
May Breakfast, Spring Spree
HARRELL, JUDITH, 291 Brevoort, Columbus, Ohio, News Managing
Editor, House Counselor, International Relations Assoc. Co-Chairman,
HARRINGTON, MINA, 6 Radcliffe Rd., Allston, Mass., Freshman
Office Staff, Stu-G Rep, Jr. Welcome, Social Activities Chairman
HAWKES, DIANE, 2 Sherwood Rd., Natick, Mass., Commuter
Organization, Jr. Prom
HOBSON, CAREN, 45 Crescent PI., Short Hills, N.J., Glee Club,
Freshman Office Staff, Campus Guide, Stu-G Rep, Spring Spree, House
Counselor, Business Club, Honor Board Rep
HOWARD, SANDRA, 15 E. 196th, N.Y.
HURT, JO-ANNE, P.O. Box 237, Venice, Fla., Home Economics Club
Secretary, Transfer Welcome
HUTCHISON, SUSAN, New Gloucester, Maine, Ski Team,
ILFELD, LYDIA (GOLDMAN), 223 Park Dr., Boston, Mass., Glee
Club, Bluettes, Class Social Activities Rep, Class President, President's
Reception Chairman, Convocation Chairman
ITZKOWITZ, FRADA, 51 Plainfield, Waban, Mass., Commuter
Organization, Secretary-Treasurer, V.P., Hillel, Jr. Welcome, Spring
JABLONSKI, MARGARET, Ramshorn Rd., Dudley, Mass., Newman
Club, Campus Guide
JARVIS, CAROLYN, 67 Munroe, Boston, Mass., National Conference
of Christians and Jews Co-Chairman
JOHN, MIRIAM, 38 Union Park, Boston, Mass., Spring Spree, Song
Fest, Commuter Organization, Physical Therapy Club, Olde English
Dinner, Jr. Welcome
JOHNSON, RUTH, 32 Bigelow Rd., Waltham, Mass., Anne Strong
Club, Commuter Organization, Christian Fellowship
JONES, CAROL (BUNKER), 31 Peterborough, Boston, Mass., Inter-
Varsity Christian Fellowship, Swim Club, Campus Guide, Jr.
JONES, GWYNNETH, 51 Wolcott Rd., Brookline, Mass., Freshman
Exec. Board, Campus Guide, Jr. Welcome, Physical Therapy Club
KAPALA, KAREN, 132 Oakland, Wellesley, Mass.
KAPLAN, ELLEN, 85 Decker, Miiton, Mass., Commuter Organization,
Young Democrats Club Treasurer, Hillel
KAUFMAN, BARBARA, 32 Dale Ave., Quincy, Mass., Young
Democrats Club, Hillel, Soph Luncheon, Jr. Prom
KAUFMAN, ELLEN, 37 N. Landon Ave., Kingston, Penn., Freshman
Class V.P., Soph V.P., Freshman Office Staff, Olde English Dinner,
House Counselor, Social Relations Comm., Academic Affairs
KAUPER, SANDRA, 610 Rockwood Ave., Pittsburgh, Penn., Honor
Board Chairman, Honor Board Rep, Soph Workshop, Spring Spree
KAYAJAN, ANN, R.F.D., E. Falmouth, Mass., Soph Workshop, Prince
Club Rep, Campus Guide
KEITH, KATHARINE, Minnetonka Beach, Minn., Home
KELLY, ADRIENNE, 53 Overlook PL, Rye, N.Y., Newman Club Rep,
R.A. Rep, Basketball Team, Anne Strong Club, Campus Guide
KENNEY, CAROL, 102 Irving, Waltham, Mass., Hillel, Commuter
Organization, Social Activities
KIEN, MARGARETHA, Sunset Lane, Pound Ridge, N.Y., House
Counselor, Stu-G Rep
KIMBLE, PATRICIA, 509 Linden Lane, Falls Church, Va., Newman
Club, Physical Therapy Club, Campus Guide
KING, CAROL, 324 Marvin Rd., Elkins Pk., Penn.
KINGMAN, ELIZABETH, 226 Glen Ave., Milburn, N.J., Freshman
Dorm Rep, Physical Therapy Club, Soph Class Rep, Jr. Class Rep
KIRKENDALL, SANDRA (JOHNSON), 94 Gainsborough, Boston,
Mass., Music Director, Young Democrats President, Soph Workshop, Jr.
KIRSHENBAUM, MARSHA (ROSEN FELD), 78 Warrington,
Providence, R.I., Spring Spree, Skit Night, Academic Aid
KLOCK, ELIZABETH (MILLER), 63 Henry, Manchester, Conn.,
Swim Club, Campus Guide, House Counselor
KUHN, PAMELA, 67 Chipman Dr., Cheshire, Conn.
KUSHNER, TRUCIA, 73-44 184th, Flushing, N.Y., Skit Night, Spring
Spree, Soph Luncheon, May Breakfast
LAHTEINE, REGINA, 80 West, Osterville, Mass.
LASSER, JOYCE (LEVENSON), 14 Palace Rd., Boston, Mass., Home
Economics Club, News
LAWLER, JANE, 7 Skinner Lane, S. Hadley, Mass., Freshman Office
Staff, Newman Club, Soph Workshop Chairman, Stu-G Rep, Treasurer
Jr. Welcome, Campus Guide
LAZAROW, SUE, 48 DeKalb PL, Morristown, N.J., Skit Night, Olde
English Dinner, Stu-G Rep, Academic Affairs Chairman
LEE, ELLEN, Furnace Dock Rd., Peekskill, N.Y., House Counselor,
Campus Guide, Chamber Ensemble, Modern Dance Club, Hillel
LEVEY, JUDITH, 845 Winton Rd., S. Rochester, N.Y., Glee Club,
Campus Guide, Jr. Welcome, Dorm Treasurer
LEVINE, LINDA, 879 Beacon, Boston, Mass., Mix-It Fix-It Chairman,
May Breakfast, Jr. Welcome, Hillel
LEVINE, MARJORIE, 45 Bonair, W. Roxbury, Mass., Freshman Office
Staff, Spring Spree, Soph Workshop, Soph Luncheon, Father-Daughter
Weekend, Jr. Prom Co-Chairman, Jr. Welcome, Hillel
LEWIS, LYNDA, 38 Pleasant, Colebrook, N.H., Campus Guide, May
Breakfast, Soph Workshop
LEWIS, MARGARET, Belleview Ave., Southington, Conn., Honor
Board, Campus Guide, Soph Workshop, Jr. Welcome, May Breakfast,
Christmas Weekend, Speakers Bureau
LIEBERMANN, (BARBARA) CAROL, 1524 Barrington Rd., Columbus,
Ohio, Scope, Campus Guide, Jr. Welcome
LISKER, GAIL, 122 Fosdyke, Providence, R.I., Hillel, Soph Luncheon,
Physical Therapy Club V.P.
LOCHHEAD, ELLEN, 42 Orchard Rd., Windsor, Conn., Campus
Guide, Jr. Rep, Spring Spree
LOUTIT, BARBARA, Apartado Aereo 2098, Cali, Colombia, Treasurer
International Relations Assoc, Co-Chairman
McBEE, HENRIETTA, 238 Armington, Cranston, R.I., House
Counselor, Student Assistant, Protestant Study Group
McCORMACK, JANE, 25 Sheldon, Milton, Mass., Class Treasurer,
Newman Club Secretary-Treasurer, Commuter Rep.
MacDONALD, JANET, 143 Everett, Wollaston, Mass., French Club,
Physical Therapy Club, Jr. Welcome
McLEAN, MARILYN, 353 Stevens Ave., Portland, Maine, Outing
Club, Invitations Dance Chairman, Soph. Workshop, Transfer Welcome,
May Breakfast, Social Activities Chairman, Business Club
MADDEN, JEAN, 100 Indian Head Rd., Framingham, Mass.,
Commuter Organization, Jr. Welcome, Newman Club Commuter Rep.,
Religious Activities Chairman
MAJKUT, JOAN, 34 Smith, Fall River, Mass., Newman Club,
Simmons News Circulation Manager
MANSELL, PATRICIA, 44 Jean, Framingham, Mass., Soph. Workshop,
Jr. Welcome, Olde English Dinner Co-Chairman, Newman Club, Honor
Board, Class Exec. Board
MARR, MARGARET, Mayflower Lane, Duxbury, Mass., Simmons
Handbook Chairman, Newman Club, Simmons News
MAYER, DIANE, One Argyll Ave., New Rochelle, N.Y., Physical
Therapy Club Secretary-Treasurer
MICHAEL, PATRICIA, 8 Berchman Rd., Ballston Lake, N.Y., Campus
Guide, House Counselor, Student Assistant, Physical Therapy Club,
MILLER, ARDETH, 89 Puritan Rd., Waban, Mass., Spring Spree,
SCOPE Lecture Chairman
MILNER, ELIZABETH, 57 Allen Rd., Longmeadow, Mass., Campus
Guide, Soph. Luncheon Committee Chairman, Jr. Welcome Committee
MOLLENHOFF, JACQUELIN, 5704 32nd, N.W., Washington, D.C.,
Glee Club, Social Relations Committee.
MONBLEAU, MARCIA, 54 Shore Rd., W. Harwich, Mass., Freshman
Honor Board Rep., Freshman Exec. Board, Glee Club, Soph. Exec.
Board, Bluette Leader, Fire Captain, Sr. Week, Ole English Dinner, Jr.
Welcome, Skit Night Dorm Chairman, Campus Guide, Microcosm
MOSHER, MAXINE, 196 Freedom, Hopedale, Mass., Student Liberal
Action Party, NSA Rep., Peace Group, Fast for Freedom Food
Chairman, JFK Memorial Library Fund Co-Chairman
MUEHLHAUSER, MARGARET, 76 Oxbow Rd., Wayland, Mass., RA
Rep., Swimmons, Glee Club, NSA Rep., Stu-G Rep.
MURPHY, SUSAN, 1077 Glenwood Blvd., Schenectady, N.Y.,
Recreation Assn., Physical Therapy Club, Glee Club
NEEDLES, SUSAN, 219 N. Quaker Lane, W. Hartford, Conn.
NICHOLS, NANCY, 15 W. Newell Ave., Rutherford, N.J., French
Club, Potpourri Editorial Staff, Simmons Handbook, Jr. Welcome,
Religious Emphasis Weekend Chairman, Christian Assn. Christmas
Cotillion, Student Assistant.
NICKERSON, GAIL, 34 Thornberry Rd., Winchester, Mass., Modern
Dance Club V.P., Young Republicans Club, Home Economics Club, Sr.
Week, Jr. Welcome, Transfer Welcome.
NOORD, JUDITH, 15 Waverly PL, Albany, N.Y., Campus Guide,
House Counselor, Dorm V.P.
O'BRIEN, RUTH, 18 Hoffman, Maplewood, N.J., Dorm Rep., Newman
PALTSIOS, KATHERINE (ROGAN), 67 Longfellow Rd., Watertown,
PASTER, TOBYANNE, 269 Clifton, Maiden, Mass.
PEARSON, SANDRA, 869 Escarpment Dr., Lewiston, N.Y., Freshman
Dorm Rep., Spring Spree, Social Activities, Prince Club Treasurer
PERLMAN, ELLEN, 35 Strong Ave., Pittsfield, Mass., Swim Club, Fire
PORTNOY, ELLEN, 13 Latham Village Lane, Latham, N.Y., Fire
Captain, Dorm Secretary, Academic Affairs
RABBIO, MARIA, 546 Worcester, Natick, Mass., Commuter
Organization, Christmas Cotillion
RABSTEIN, RITA, 288 Cedarhurst Ave., Cedarhurst, N.Y., Prince
Club, Campus Guide, Student Assistant
RAZLER, JANET, Oakwood School, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., Freshman
Rep., Fund Drive Co-Chairman, May Breakfast Chairman, Fire
REGAN, MARYANN, 98 Homestead Rd., Lowell, Mass.
REGNIER, MARY, 14 Mt. Ida, Newton, Mass., Jr. Prom, Spring
REICHL, HELEN, 244 Connecting Rd., Pittsburgh, Penna., Tennis
RICHARDSON, NANCY, 15 Old Colony Rd., Burlington, Mass.
ROBB, VICTORIA, 498 Loudonville Rd., Loudonville, N.Y., Anne
Strong Club, Campus Guide, House Counselor Exec. Board
ROBERTS, LOIS, 73 Glenwood Rd., Clinton, Conn., House Counselor,
House President, Fund Drive Chairman
ROCKNE, REA, 183 Huntington Ave., Boston, Mass., Glee Club,
Christian Science Organization President
RODGERS, DEBORAH, Font Grove Rd., Slingerlands, NY., Anne
Strong Club, Campus Guide
ROSENSTOCK, RITA, 71 Overlook Ter., Roslyn, N.Y., Simmons News
Technical Editor, Simmons News Managing Editor, Stu-G Rep.
ROSENTHAL, ANN, 18 Furnace Brook Pkway., Quincy, Mass.,
Commuter Organization, Dramatic Club, Young Democrats Club
ROSS, ELLEN, 232 Riverdale Rd., Defiance, Ohio, Bluettes, Honor
Board Rep., Jr. Exec. Board, Jr. Welcome, Microcosm Layout Editor
ROSS, JANET, 28 West, Natick, Mass., Commuter Organization, Jr.
ROTHENBERG, TRISHA, 9720 W. Bay Harbor Island, Miami, Fla.
ROTHMAN, SARA (WEINSTEIN), 256 Corey Rd., Brookline,
RUDINSKY, ELLIAN, 84 Elm, Milton, Mass., Young Democrats Club
V.P., Publicity Committee, Hillel, Commuter Organization
RUSSELL, DEBORAH, 134 Summer, Bristol, Conn., Newman Club,
Anne Strong Club, Simmons Handbook
SACKS, MARGARET, Woodvalley Dr., Pikesville, Md.
SALBA, BARBARA, 629 Clay Ave., Scranton, Penna.
SANTORO, SUSANNE, 30617 Winston Dr., Bay Village, Ohio,
Simmons News, Jr. Welcome, House Counselor
SCANLON, ELIZABETH, 219 Carleton, Lawrence, Mass., Newman
Club Exec. Board, Jr. Welcome, Simmons News Circulation Manager
SCANNELL, SUZANNE, 16023 Henley, E. Cleveland, Ohio, Campus
Guide, Anne Strong Club
SCHALLBRUCH, ANNA, 20 Ronald Dr., Fairfield, Conn., Olde
English Dinner, Dorm Board, Floor Rep.
SCHWARTZ, JOAN, 882 Lakeside Dr., Woodmere, N.Y., Freshman
Rep., Social Relations Committee, Political Action Committee
SCLAFANI, AUGUSTA, 2983 Ave. T., Brooklyn, N.Y., Spring Spree,
Anne Strong Club
SCOTT, EDITH, 208 Main, Wenham, Mass.
SEBELL, DEBBE, 1208 Meadowbrook, Syracuse, N.Y.
SELDEN, CORDELIA, 5310 Tuckahoe Ave., Richmond, Va., Soph.
SELSKY, BERNICE, 12 Ocean View Ter., Lynn, Mass.
SHAMANSKY, SHERRY, 290 N. Stanwood Rd., Columbus, Ohio,
Bluettes, Campus Guide, House Counselor, Fire Captain, Anne Strong
Club, Glee Club
SHAPIRO, BETTY, 21 Forbes Blvd., Eastchester, N.Y., Simmons News
SHAPIRO, SHEILA, 62 Florence Ave., Lowell, Mass., Christmas
SHARISTANIAN, JANET, 97 Brooks, Worcester, Mass., Freshman
Social Activities Chairman, Freshman Office Staff, Dance Club, Jr.
Welcome, Dorm Secretary, SCOPE President
SHEFTEL, ROSALYN, 5813 Third PL, N.W., Washington, D.C., Glee
Club, Psychology Club Chairman
SHEINKOPF, DIANA, 207 Village, Medway, Mass., Glee Club, Anne
SHEINKOPF, PRISCILLA, 207 Village, Medway, Mass., Freshman
Rep., Glee Club, Anne Strong Club, Freshman Exec. Board, Student
SHERMAN, JEANNE, 79-46 213th, Flushing, N.Y., Freshman Rep.,
NSA Secretary-Treasurer, SCOPE V.P., Academic Affairs
SHERRY, MARJORIE, 153 Penn Dr., W. Hartford, Conn., Chamber
Ensemble Chairman, SCOPE, Hillel, Northern Students' Movement
SHINDLER, NANCY, 58 Hiawatha Rd., Mattapan, Mass., Young
Democrats Club Secretary, Commuter Organization, Hillel
SILVER, DONNA, 1547 N. Shore Rd., Revere, Mass., Young
Democrats Club, French Club Secretary, Father-Daughter Weekend,
Spring Spree, Floor Rep., SCOPE.
SIMPSON, MARY, 19 Paisley Ter., Pittsfield, Mass., Glee Club,
Physical Therapy Club Secretary-Treasurer, Campus Guide, Class Exec.
SINGER, MARILYN, 25 Tumblebrook Lane, W. Hartford, Conn.,
SCOPE, Lyle Bush Art Fund, Chamber Ensemble
SLEP, TOBY, 151 Parkview Ave., Bangor, Maine, Anne Strong Club,
SMITH, CONSTANCE, 62 Smith Dr., Westwood, Mass., Freshman
Office Staff, Stu-G Rep., House Counselor, Student Assistant
SMITH, LINDA, 68 Palmer, Pawcatuck, Conn., Freshman Office Staff,
Soph. Workshop, Jr. Welcome, Campus Guide
SMITH, NORA, 1412 Golf, Scotch Plains, N.J., RA Rep., Fire
SMITH, RHODA, 212 Main, E. Northfield, Mass., Campus Guide,
SMITH, VICTORIA, 704 Upper Blvd., Ridgewood, N.J., Jr. Welcome,
Soph. Workshop, Government Internship Program.
STACK, VALERIE, One Hall, Warren, R.I., Prince Club, Drama
STALEY, JANE, 20 Colonial Green, Loudonville, N.Y.
STAVENER, MARYANN, 170 Clinton, Woodbridge, N.J., Newman
Club Secretary-Treasurer, Newman Club External Affairs, House
Presidents' Council Secretary, Prince Club, Jr. Exec. Board Rep.
STEIMLE, ROSALIND, 527 Riverside Dr., New York, N.Y., Glee
Club, Anne Strong Club, Campus Guide, House Counselor.
SWITZER, JOAN, 35 Upper Loudon Rd., Loudonville, N.Y.
TEAFORD, CHERYL, 159 Riverview Pk. Dr., Columbus, Ohio, Anne
Strong Club, Christian Assn., Spring Spree.
TEITELBAUM, WINNIE, 300 Leila, Johnstown, Penna., SCOPE,
Campus Guide, Stu-G Rep., Jr. Welcome, Palmer Award Committee,
Speakers' Bureau Chairman, Stu-G V.P.
TEMKO, KAREN, 125 Sun Haven Dr., New Rochelle, N.Y., Soph.
Rep., Jr. Welcome, Dorm V.P., Dorm President.
TERINS, IVETA, 5 Bradford Rd., Natick, Mass., Modern Dance Club,
Jr. Welcome Assistant Chairman, Simmons News.
THOMAS, LESLIE, 503 Boylston, Brookline, Mass., Newman Club,
Basketball Team, Commuter Organization.
TILDEN, KAREN, 117 Sumner, Milton, Mass., Soph. Workshop, Fund
Drive, May Breakfast, Jr. Prom.
TRUST, CAROL, 30 Westbourne Rd., Concord, N.H., Freshman Office
Staff, Social Activities Chairman, Simmons News Photographer, House
Counselor, Spring Spree, Skit Night M.C.
UAHWATANASAKUL, PECK-CHUAU (LEOW), 101 Francis,
VANDERSCHMIDT, MARGOT, 52 Louder's Lane, Jamaica Plain,
Mass., House Counselor, House President, Microcosm Advertising
VENCKAUSKAS, JARUNA, 75 Intervale, Brockton, Mass., Modern
WALLIN, LINDA, 19 Kenneth Rd., Reading, Mass., SCOPE, Olde
English Dinner Decorations Chairman, House Counselor, Microcosm
WALSH, SANDRA, R.F.D. Vinalhaven, Maine.
WARNER, JUDITH, 399 Glen, Glens Falls, N.Y., Spring Spree, Soph.
Luncheon, Swim Club, Glee Club Secretary-Treasurer, Microcosm
Business Manager, Jr. Welcome, Stu-G Assistant Treasurer, Business
WEINBERG, RUTH, 3619 Strathavon, Shaker Hts., Ohio., Campus
Guide, SCOPE, Academic Affairs Committee
WEISS, PATRICIA, 10 Freemont, Sanford, Maine, Anne Strong Club,
House Counselor, Student Assistant, Spring Spree, SNAM Rep.
WHITE, BONNIE, 3505 Clarks Lane, Baltimore, Md., Simmons News,
SCOPE, Father-Daughter Weekend, Jr. Welcome.
WHITE, DIANE, 59 Cummings Rd., Brighton, Mass., Father-Daughter
Weekend Co-Chairman, Jr. Welcome.
WHITELAW, KAREN (CORTELL), 84 Prescott, Cambridge, Mass.,
Modern Dance Club Treasurer.
WHITMAN, SHEILA, 70 Commodore Rd., Worcester, Mass., Prince
Club, Swim Club, French Club.
WIENER, JUDITH, 20 Chamberlain Ave., Revere, Mass., Jr. Welcome,
WILLIAMSON, MARTHA, 704 Seminole Dr., Erie, Penna., Glee Club
President, Chamber Ensemble President, Class Exec. Board.
WILSON, JEAN, 212 W. Brook Rd., Pittsford, N.Y., House Counselor,
Microcosm Literary Editor.
WILSON, SUELLEN (WISEMAN), 1171 Boylston, Boston, Mass.,
WOLEJKO, NANCY, 768 Belmont, Watertown, Mass., Bluettes, Class
Rep., Class Secretary, Newman Club, Campus Guide, Jr. Welcome.
WOLIN, DIANE, 35 Westbrook Lane, New Haven, Conn.,
WYNN, HELEN, 61 Middlesex Rd., Darien, Conn., Anne Strong Club,
Chamber Ensemble, Dorm President, Student Assistant
YOUNG, JANE, 38 Reservoir Rd., Cohasset, Mass., Stu-G Rep., Jr.
Welcome, Campus Guide, SCOPE
YOUNG, NANCY, 22 Springvale Ave., Lynn, Mass., Campus Guide,
Jr. Welcome, Home Economics Club Treasurer, Dorm Secretary, Sr.
ZIOTAS, EUGENIA, 498 Second, Fall River, Mass., Glee Club,
Campus Guide, Volleyball Tournament Chairman, Academy.
ZWIRN, BARBARA, 147 Cooley Dr., Longmeadow, Mass., Freshman
Council, French Club, All-College Elections Co-Chairman,
Stu-G Rep., House President, Fire Captain
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